GENERAL INFORMATION: 503-823-7404
1120 SW Fifth Ave, Suite 600, Portland, OR 97204
Located at the confluence of the Sandy and Bull Run rivers, Dodge Park is a playground in Portland’s backyard. Just 20 miles east of Portland, the park offers seasonal camping, year-round picnicking, fishing, and boating. The park is owned and managed by the Portland Water Bureau, which has a watershed maintenance facility nearby. Click here to view directions and a map to Dodge Park.
Dodge Park is open for day use year-round and fee-free, and offers a unique site for fishing and picnicking. Picnic sites boast tables and grills. There is a children’s playground and portable sanitary facilities available year round. The restrooms and showers -- located in the Community Hall -- are open during camping season only.
Camping for the 2015 season opens on Friday, May 15, 2015. Camping is $22 per night, and there is an $8 reservation/on-line processing fee. firewood bundles are $6, as are extra vehicles.
The Community Hall is available for rent during the camping season. A half-day rental is $65; full day is $115. There is a $25 reservation fee and $25 cleaning fee.
To make a reservation, visit the Portland Parks & Recreation Online Facility Viewing and Reservation Requests website or call 503-823-2525. Users will need to sign in or create an account to complete a reservation request. Payment is due at the time of request in order to secure the location.
Dodge Park is one of many launch sites for the 38 river miles that make up the Sandy River Water Trail. Boaters are allowed to leave a shuttle vehicle overnight at Dodge Park under the following conditions:
October 1 - Memorial Day weekend
Boaters must call Portland Water Bureau Security at 503-823-6084 and provide the following information:
June 1 - September 30
For more information about Dodge Park, contact Tom Klutz, Property Manager at the Portland Water Bureau, at email@example.com or 503-823-7503.
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